Hostal Cervantes

Address: C/Constitucion 58 Daganzo de Arriba, Madrid, Madrid, 28814, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/Constitucion 58 Daganzo de Arriba, Madrid, is near Gateway of the Sun (Puerta del Sol), Museo Casa Natal de Cervantes, and AquaMadrid.
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    Finding the Social Scene in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by maddieeakin on May 19, 2015

    Without any definite plans, on May 12th, my best friend and I headed to Madrid from the United States. We knew we were going to stay in hostels and explore the city but the rest was up in the air. Upon arrival into Madrid we had to figure out the metro very quickly. Coming from a place where there is no metro and the public transportation is just terrible in general, this was extremely foreign to us. Luckily Madrid’s ...

    Madrid 2014

    A travel blog entry by stevensfamily on Dec 27, 2014

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    ... shopped for a couple of hours at El Rastro and then we walked back towards our hotel through Plaza Mayor and Puerta Del Sol, and then stopped at an H&M to shop some more. We were both feeling the effects of jet lag so we headed back to our hotel to check in. We ate lunch at a bar next to our hotel and then headed up to our room for an afternoon siesta.

    After catching a few hours of sleep, we decided to do a little sightseeing that night. We ...

    De Madrid al cielo y un agujerito para verlo

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... So, we have left pinchos/pintxos country and are firmly in tapas country. There are a few pinchos places here, but mostly it's tapas. Difference? Pinchos is often served on a small slice of baguette and with a stick (literal translation thorn or spike). Tapas can include pinchos, but also can be olives in a bowl, potato crisps and other small dishes.

    There is a lot of art to be seen in Madrid, we started this at the Reina Sofia Museum. We spent a good ...


    A travel blog entry by anyssa on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... are extremely expensive so I had to pass on that. At least I finally found something made in Spain! Sandals. So I at least have one souvenir besides maps and train tickets. When Claudio got home we went out for (more) pizza at this authentic Italian restaurant. Everyone who works there is from Italy and the pizza is phenomenal! We brought it back to the house to eat and watched Brasil get destroyed by Germany. All in all it was a great day, I am still very excited about my new ...


    A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 24, 2014

    ... some really awesome pictures but once people near to us set off flares I was not a fan of them at all. We are packed in like sardines and there would be nowhere to run if things got out of hand! Our friend, Jacob, kept mentioning he hoped we wouldn't get tear gassed which was I was almost certain was bound to happen - especially when the policia would put their helmets on. Although, we all agreed we wouldn't be completely angry if we got tear gassed because it would make for ...